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Located in southcentral Sussex County in the heart of the Delmarva
Peninsula, the James and Daisey tracts offer a full suite of development, timber,
conservation and recreation values. Multiple sites are suitable for on-site
wastewater treatment and disposal systems. The tracts are centrally located within
10-20 minutes of local municipal populations including Salisbury, Laurel,
Georgetown and Millsboro. The timber resource is predominantly variable-age
loblolly pine plantation with mature timber available for harvest and established
pre-merchantable stands poised for long-term value appreciation. Proximate
natural resource amenities include Trap Pond State Park, Redden State Forest,
Great Cypress Swamp and the headwaters of the Nanticoke and Pocomoke Rivers
tributaries of the Chesapeake Bay. A variety of parcel configurations ranging
from 59 to over 1,000 acres offers something for every buyer. The property is
currently leased for hunting, and the buyer may elect to continue or terminate the
lease. Coastal Highway 1 beaches are approximately thirty minutes east. The tracts
are generally located within a two- to three-hour drive of Washington DC,
Baltimore and Philadelphia. Tract-specific documentation including brochures,
maps and deeds can be downloaded directly from the LandVest website Listed in partnership with SVN Land Group
Miller Commercial Real Estate.
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